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jnrΒΆ

../../../_images/main8.png

(or download the high quality version: jnr.avi)

This is a conversion to Gameduino2 of a clever map tile scheme by Robototality. The details are on their OpenGameArt submission.

The Gameduino 2’s touch screen controls scrolling (bottom panel) and painting the map (top panel). Each scrolling background layer is a single large sprite. The background artwork is single-color, so these layers all use 1-

In the video you can see a white circle for the current touch location. This was hacked using a piece of code like this:

GD.PointSize(16 * 20);  // 20 pixel radius
GD.ColorA(128);         // half-transparent
GD.Begin(POINTS);
GD.Vertex2ii(GD.inputs.x, GD.inputs.y);
#include <EEPROM.h>
#include <SPI.h>
#include <GD2.h>

class scroller {
public:
  signed short dragprev;
  int vel;      // velocity
  long base;    // screen x coordinate, in 1/16ths pixel
  long limit;
  void init(uint32_t lim) {
    dragprev = -32768;
    vel = 0;      // velocity
    base = 0;     // screen x coordinate, in 1/16ths pixel
    limit = lim;
  }
  void run(bool touching, int16_t sx) {
    if (touching & (dragprev != -32768)) {
      vel = (dragprev - sx) << 4;
    } else {
      int change = max(1, abs(vel) >> 5);
      if (vel < 0)
        vel += change;
      if (vel > 0)
        vel -= change;
    }
    dragprev = touching ? sx : -32768;
    base += vel;
    base = max(0, min(base, limit));
  }
  uint16_t getval() {
    return base >> 4;
  }
};

scroller xscroll;

#include "jnr_assets.h"

static byte level[240] = {
  0xff,
  0xe2,
  0xe2,
  0xc0,
  0x44,
  0x40,
  0x04,
  0x40,
  0x44,
  0x00,
  0x04,
  0x40,
  0x5c,
  0x08,
};

int mapxy(int x, int y)
{
  if (x < 0)
    return 0;
  if (y < 0)
    return 0;
  if (8 <= y)
    return 0;
  if (240 <= y)
    return 0;
  return 1 & (level[x] >> y);
}

static void parallax(int x, int y)
{
  x %= 400;
  GD.Vertex2f(16 * -x, 16 * y);
  GD.Vertex2f(16 * (-x + 400), 16 * y);
}

static void draw(int xx)
{
  GD.Clear();
  GD.ScissorSize(480, 240);

  GD.ClearColorRGB(0x2578c5);
  GD.Clear();
  GD.Begin(BITMAPS);

  GD.BitmapHandle(LAYER1_HANDLE);
  GD.ColorRGB(0x9ae8ff);
  parallax(xx >> 4, 0);

  GD.BitmapHandle(LAYER2_HANDLE);
  GD.ColorRGB(0x85d2e9);
  parallax(xx >> 3, 240 - LAYER2_HEIGHT);

  GD.BitmapHandle(LAYER3_HANDLE);
  GD.ColorRGB(0x67b0c5);
  parallax(xx >> 2, 240 - LAYER3_HEIGHT);

  GD.BitmapHandle(LAYER4_HANDLE);
  GD.ColorRGB(0x549faa);
  parallax(xx >> 1, 240 - LAYER4_HEIGHT);

  GD.ColorRGB(0xffffff);
  GD.BitmapHandle(TILES_HANDLE);
  int bx = xx / 32;
  for (int x = 0; x < 16; x++)
    for (int y = 0; y < 8; y++) {
      byte index = 0;
      if (mapxy(bx + x, y)) {
        if (mapxy(bx + x, y - 1))
          index += 1;
        if (mapxy(bx + x + 1, y))
          index += 2;
        if (mapxy(bx + x, y + 1))
          index += 4;
        if (mapxy(bx + x - 1, y))
          index += 8;
      } else {
        index = 17;
      }
      GD.Tag(128 + 8 * x + y);
      GD.Cell(index);
      GD.Vertex2f(16 * (-(xx & 31) + 32 * x), 16 * 32 * y);
    }

  GD.RestoreContext();
  GD.cmd_scale(F16(16), F16(16));
  GD.cmd_setmatrix();
  GD.BitmapHandle(CHECKER_HANDLE);
  GD.BitmapSize(NEAREST, REPEAT, REPEAT, 512, 32);
  GD.Cell(0);
  GD.Vertex2f(16 * -(xx & 31), 16 * 240);
}

void setup()
{
  GD.begin();

  LOAD_ASSETS();

  xscroll.init((240UL * 32) << 4);
}

void loop()
{
  static int prevtag;
  uint16_t bx = xscroll.base >> 4;

  GD.get_inputs();
  int touching = (GD.inputs.x != -32768);
  byte tag = GD.inputs.tag;

  if (prevtag != tag && (128 <= tag)) {
    level[(bx >> 5) + (tag - 128) / 8] |= 1 << (tag & 7);
  }
  prevtag = tag;

  xscroll.run(GD.inputs.y > 240 && touching, GD.inputs.x);
  draw(bx);
  int t;
  caption(t++, "Graphics by http://www.robotality.com");
  GD.swap();
}